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THE CENTRAL RECORDLANCASTER KY FRIDAY MARCH 1 15107 I rESrJEBNTH rEAR i MUM3Ad2 Just Received Car Load of Stoves The only Car Load of Stoves ever brought to county By buying a car load we save money Now i you want a stove we can save you money We have priced stove you want and will sell them at prices cant beat any where Ask your neighbor about ELECTRICThe most popular stove ever sold in the county Every one guaran teed Come in and see us Get our prices on SEED HASELD EN BROS Get In Jhe Habit Of Visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co Theyre ROLLING IN Handsomest line of and Summer to be shown here this season THE Joseph Mercantile Co Incorporated Garrard any you e her RANGE 1 Wnu I I Spring e U JU lLt i H H DryGoods I WaHerndoa Ben D Herndon HtNMN IEINWN Attorneys At Law IttCMter Kentucky O ee ever Stores drag store I 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111 J 1 Undertaker rlsrW omce os Dunne g o ai cavky- Z Street a L DAVIDSON AttorneyAt IwO- Bce over Police Court room Prompt attention to business R I FALL LUlEOF CASKETS All BUnu ROBES ALWAYS IN STOCK 11111111111111111111 III 11111111111111111111111111111 1I1I1I1 It U s rt Fresh fish at Elkin Bros Friday It Eld F M Tinder will fill his pulpit Sunday morning and preach at Antioeh Sunday afternoon at the hour Lost about Feb 1C Gold heart shap ed stick pin words Forget Me Not on one side Reward for return this office Messers White and Soper through here Sunday with six mules for which they paid 1200 at ville taking them to Richmond Mr John McGee has rented the store room recently occupied by Powell Co adjoining Baptist church and will open a first class up to date grocery House keepers prepare to buy at the Easter Exchange The ladies are giy ing it much attention and will have everything unusually nice Further notice Messrs J Fleece Robinson Tom Yantis and the Price Bros were in Louisville last week attending the hog sales Mr Yantis brought back 2 tine hogs for which he paid fancy prices Important K P Meeting Every member of the the Knights of Pythias lodge is requested to attend the meeting tomorrow Friday night Some very important business is to be transacted Eld James M Rash of Winchester will preach at Fishs Hall Paint Lick Sunday at 11 A M and 7 P M Sunday school at 10 A M Everybody cordialy invited to attend these services Lost Saturday old gold watch charm about size of halfdollar In itials W R G on one side with small diamond Engraved work on other side Reward for return to W 2t Buys Play House Editor E C Walton has bought the Stanford opera house and will book a number of the best attractions on the road As he makes a success of else he puts a hand to its afore gone conclusion that this will be C D Powell having purchased the entire stock of C D Powell Co will for the next ninety days sell outCloth ing and Caps for half price Hats and shoes at cost and similar bargins in all other lines Many oargains in staple and fancy groceries tf Sunday Morning Fire The burning of a chimney at the Methodist church Sunday morning caused an alarm of fire and created considerable excitement As the ground was covered with ice the peo pIe had considerable difficulty in out Sells Residence Judge R A Burnside last week sold to Mr R E McRoberts his residence on Danville street price private Burnside and family will likely move to Louisville in the fall as his business requires his presence in that city nearly all the time Hen Fruit W R Gott Co recieved on and Tuesday eight thousand dozen for which they paid 22cts a dozen eggs were shipped East Wednes day morning Mr Gott tells Record price of eggs continues to come since the holidays Will Run Again It is very pleasing to the many friends of Mr M S Baughman to know he has decided to make the race sheriff of Lincoln county office several years ago and h s faithful careful performance of every duty merits his re election Lincoln county could not select a better man this position Editors Here Saturday The Eighth District Publishers league will meet in regular session in city next Saturday and a large at tendance is expected as business of importance will be transacted This League is composed of the leading pa the district and was strictly business purposes We editors from Shelbyville Taylors rille Lawrenceburg Harrodsburg Slcholasville Richmond Valley View Berea Mt Vernon and Danville Saloons Getting Scarce All thesaloons at Stanford have been closed and the one remaining at will close its doors ia August This makes the nearest soloons at Richmond as there are none at Dan ville Harrodsburg Nicholasville or Crab Orchard It begins to look like a drouth has set in The only place where liquor can be obtained is at the Traylor distilleries which sell by the quart and when their present license expire they can only sell in as small quantity as four gallons Cut This Out If you will cut this item from The Record and paste it in your telephone book it will prove of great value first time you want to meet the trains It is the latest schedule of the local trains This is leaving time No 10 Northbound 500 A M- Ho 29 Southbound 153 r M No 28 northbound 244 p M No 9Southbound 830 p H No 71 mixed Southbound leaves at 11 20 A 3i and only carries passengers for points south of Rowland You cannot buy a this train for Bowland Stanford or any point North of Rowland the passenger train makes this connection New usual to passed Chamole R Gott Judge Monday The that down that for the for this persin organized- for expect ticketon I S everything S getting eggs Refilled Rowland 1 Court Day A big crowd was in town and the merchants report a good day Since the enforcement of the local oj tion law there is absolutely no disor der on court day or for that matter at any other time Lancaster has best officers in the state and there no disputing this fact Messrs Beazley and Herron have delivered the goods and our people owe them a vote thanks A few poor grade cattle were on the market about 75 selling atfrom 2 to 3J The usual demand for horses but few on hand which met with ready sale at from 140 to 200 The Funny Singin Skule The funny singin skule Beginment which the ladies of the Christian church will present at the Court House Friday March 8th under the personal direction of MissEthel Deck ard is said to be one of the funniest entertainments seen along this line in many a day It is entirely new and an original offair and while on the order of the Old Deestrickt Skule is entirely different but contains the same amount of quaint humor with the addition of much bright pretty catchy music The characters will be impersonated by local talent to the number of thirty or more while the leading comedy part will be played by Miss Deckard who will also attend to all of the rehearsing and coaching The press of neighboring cities speak very highly of Miss Deckards inter pretation of the part of Mistus Rob kins as well as her skill in staging the entertainment The crowds that have assembled to witness the enter tainment in neighboring cities have been immense and no doubt the Court House will be taxed to its ut most capacjty to accomodate the peo pIe who will want to see it here If one wants to laugh the Singin Skule will furnish the opportunity EverThlnkofThls A newspaper in any town may ex pend all of its efforts its timeits space and interest in the attempt to upbuild the town but unless its efforts are backed up by the business men of the town its work may be counted as well nigh useless When a stranger picks up your town paper he will glance for a moment over your news columns and then turn to the advertising pages If he finds its columns bare he sets it down that there is either nothing in your town or that its citizens do not appreciate the efforts of the paper and that they are just as liable to not ap predate his own efforts were he to lo cate there You never saw a town yet that amounted to a hill of beans with out the assistance newspaper This being a fact we would also remind you that a newspaper cannot live without the assistance of the town The soon er business men find that in supporting their local paper they are also building up their own business the better for both the business man and the news paper and the town In supporting your local paper you are not only your town as a business center but your newspaper as a business en terprise and a medium to the outside world and your own business as well It is as much the duty of the business man to support his town paper as it is for the town paper to support and the interests of his town Death of Mrs Walker News of the serious illness of Mrs Lewis L Walker at Springs Col was received by her husbaud in this city late Tuesday evening The telegram stated that she was danger ously ill of pneumonia and there was no hope of her recovery Wednesday morning Mr Walker just as he was starting to her bedside another tele gram was received announcing her death Mrs Walker had been suffer ing from a severe case of lung trouble for several years and some time ago went to the western climate in hope of finding relief She showed sig ns of improvement and a recent letter stat ed that she was getting along very well Pneumonia was contracted how ever and in that climate this disease al ways proves fatal in a very short space oftimeMrs maiden name was Miss Eliza Jennings Lusk and for two terms she held the position of super intendent of public schools in Garrard county In this position she became widely acquainted and made a great many friends by the able and pains taking manner in which she the dutied of this important office She was a daughter of the late Lusk so well remembered by older citizens of this community She is survived by her husband one sister Miss Jane and brother Will who were with her at the time of her death Mrs Walker was a de voted and consistent member of the Presbyterian church and we have never known a more earnest sincere Christian woman She was blessed with a remarkably fine intellect a heart and many noble traits of character which will never be by the legion of friends who hon ored and loved her The greatest sym pathy is felt for the bereaved husband and family and they have sweet con solation in the fact that her life was one which insures for her a home in the Great Beyoud where there is no sickness no pain or sorrow butanever ending life of joy and happiness The will reach Lancaster time tomorrow Friday the iptermenii taking place at the Lancaster Come Monday the is of ofa expand L L Colorado discharged one forgotten ter I I assisting William kind remains space To Correspondents Please report all news that is availa ble early in the week Mail your let ters on Monday morning if possible The sooner the better It is a bad showing to see a quarter or half column of personals from any place with no mention of important things that may have happened By important things are deaths accidents fires real estate deals live stock sales new buildings new enterprises all kinds of meetings and the action taken by them social functions etc Above all dont suppress any item out of spite or dislike toward anybody An inex perienced reporter may be tempted to above such a move Ex Words of Wisdom There is much good hard sense in the from the Elizabethtown NewsThere are more young men in the penitentiaries in this country learn ing trades than there are outside of them learning trades The principal cause of this is that we are educating our young men for idle gentlemen try ing to make lawyers preachers doctors and clerks out of material that is blacksmiths carpenters mer chants and other honest hewers of wood and drawers of water It is a mistake and a big one to teach the boys and girls to believe that labor is disgraceful and to do nothing for a living is more becoming society Hang such society It is rotten to the core and is ruining our country to day there are sons and daughters who are now being educated to play the lead ing lady and walking gentleman in the great drama of life who will light out for the poorhouse or the peniten tiary before the curtain drops on the last sad act of the play to which they have boen educated by their too indul gent parents Garrards Contribution Miss Mittie Dunn Garrard countys popular superintendent has received the following which is self explain toryWhile the contribution from Gar rard county schools is hardly as large as we entertained the hope that it would be still it is substantial evi dence of the patriotism of the school pupils The total sum contributed to the Building fund by the school pupils of Kentucky now amounts to a little over 700 By this evidence of their interest the school children on James town and Boonesboro Day reared to themselves a pretty monument that will be one of the most striking feat ures in connection with the states participation in this Exposition On behalf of the Commission I wish to thank you your teachers and their pupils for the assistance you have given Very truly yours C C Ousley Secty I do the latter but veterans will rIse I I needed for Get our prices on this Wagon I Call and inspect our line of BuggiesRoad CartsEtc We use the best Rubber Tire cfln the market Reduced prices on Harness for 30 days Conn a Bros I II is rast 11 rlease c 1nd SeUk I l 4 IfJ 1 I Jtt I l a t r our count i k Dtie5- dIl IOG1N- r i r n r 1I Clover Timothy Orchard and Blue Grass darLoSwd recleaned and clipped north I ern seed oats just received COAL I The best grades at the Iprices I FEED ICorn Oats Hay Ship Stuff and Mixed Feed We are In market at aU times for Corn md nay In r Eo L Prest w C Fish Prest W G Kemper Cashier II PEOPLES Paint Lick INCORPORATED C wua iS J lowest the BANKS HUDSON Woods Vice BANK We offer you fair with every accom modation that is consistent with conservative Banking treatment I I CAPITAL 16tooooo SURPLUS Sooooo DIRECTORS M COY R WOODS L ARNOLD J S BURROWS E L WOODS I I R G s T B W C FISH GUYN Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality InsuranceII THE National Bank Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 10000 A R DEXXY President J E STORMES Yice Prest- S C DEXn Cashiers J F Robinson Asst Cashr I Bookkeeper Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John EStozntes S C Denny R T Embry DIRECTORS WE WILL Mosey Safe I I KeY We Solicit Your BusinessI R E McRouEUTs Prest J W ELMOHE R I BUIITOX 2nd V Prest A THOMAS Asst Cashr THe Garrard Bank Trust Co It is the aim of this institution to meet every reasonable of the public of a banking nature Equiped with The Latest Vault and Safe officered and counseled b7 a directorate whose integrity and busi are too well known to need mentioning we offer courteous safe and obliging treatment Promising these three we invite personal interviews or correspondence looking to the establishing of business relations Our facilities are particular ly adapted to handling farmers paper For the custody of your valuables secure one of our Safety Deposit Boxes They must be seen to appreciated J C Hemphill H Bastin T C EankJn R I Burton We have an exceptional value to offer our custom ers in the way of TWENTY MULE TEAM BORAXW- ehave in stock 50 Twenty Mule Team Borax books that we got on a special offer They are extremely interesting to the children and as long as they last we will give out each i pound purch ase of BORAX When these are gone we cannot secure more at any price Come at once and take advantage of this special offer as you will need the Borax 5n tIle curing of your meet FRISBIES DRUG STORE Cashr- J C EnUANmJVio Prest D Ky Brr nessexperience be DIRECTORS H K Herndon II T Logan Banks Hudson J Sanders J R Haselden R L Elkin V A Lear I ltI Dunn R L Burton W L T 3 Price L K Perkins W R Cook E L Woods G Gooch V 9 II I freewith at sot I i ji Lancaster requirement 1n sued B 4 Lawson W ii I 4 r Ff 1 CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY 1W A YEAR LOUIS LANDRAM EdrPubr 1 I I I I Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky at SecondClass Jail Matter Lancaster Ky March 1 1906 It is with pleasure we note the being taken in the Kentucky State Guard by its present officers and of their efforts to bring this all import ant organization up to the proper standard of efficiency heStateGuard is one of the most important organiza tions in Kentucky and why it has been so sadly neglected in past years is incomprehensible Some may say it costs too much money but such critics simply do not know what they are talk ing about The soldiers are liable to be needed at any moment and in this day of strikes mobs and other trouble the necessity of a perfectlyequipped organization is more apparent than ever before The only way to good companies is by regular weekly drills and instructions The guard is composed of young men who hold in business houses as a rule and it is frequently very inconvenient for them to attend drill Col W B Hald man of the 1st Regiment has struck the keynote by offering a resolution which the Legislature should take up and make into a law and that too at the first of its next session The is as follows and was unan imously adopted at a meeting of the officers of the State Guard Rosolved That this convention in the interest of the Kentucky State Guard and in accord with the action of other States in providing for their militia does respectfully and earn estlv urge upon the members of the Legislature that will assemble in Jan uary 1SJOS to make such provisions as will insure regular attendance at drills and other exercises necessary to the proper discipline and military training of the organized militia of Kentucky To that end we state our belief that attendance by enlisted men and noncommissioned otlices at drills inspections parades and other exercises prescribed for the instru tion of the Kentucky State Guard be construed as the performance of one days duty and be paid for at the uuvernment rate of pay for such en listed men and noncommissioned olli cers when on duty No charge shall be presented against the State by any regiment of the Kentucky State Guard for more than fifty two attendances per annum at such exercises by any member of any company battalion or regiment One of the diseases from which women have been supposed to be free is tobacco heart but alas this im munity is not theirs A woman is dying in a Baltimore hospital from this ailment and her doctors make the alarming statement that acy woman who lives in an atmosphere of tobacco smoke is quite as likely to suffer from the disease as are the male members of her family who do the so in fact for she inhales the smoke more than they and it is the inhalation that effects the heart The patient in question was not a smoker but has a husband who is addicted to the use of pipe and cigars in bis home This offers new possibilities for the large class of women who enjoy having symptoms of pretty much any malady It also opens the painful prospect to the man who has enjoyed special privileges of being obliged henceforth to smoke his afterdinner cigars outside the house A Chicago anarchist says that if Christ had worked at the carpenters trade from His time until now at 1400 a day He would not have had as much money as Rockefeller Possibly not And yet John D will probably find con solation that Christs only recorded op eration in oil was denouuced by the Ju dean anarchists who held that the oil should have been sold and the proceeds given to the poor Ambassador Bryce will receive a salary of 850000 equal to that of the 810000 to pay the expenses of install president of the United itig himself in his new Washington home and the home is one owned by the British government The United States ambassador to Great Britain receives a yearly salary of 17000 which barely pays his house rent A bill to equalize the pay of men and women teachers is before the New York legislature It may not go through but that will not alter the justice of the demand The next step taken by the women teachers in should be in this direction Public grief over the decline of im portation of foreign last year to 401550 quarts will be to some extent by the reflection thata considerable part of that was bogus And of course all this mental wear and tear on the Thaw attorneys in their wrangling will have to be taken into account by the family when it comes to auditing the fee bills When a stranger arrives in a town and remains more than two days without telling his business peo pie agree thathe is either a detective or a gambler Somebody has stolen the jewels of the queen of Greece but as they are valued at only f20000 there is no that she intends to go on the stage About six months after a has I I interest positions resolution smokingmore Statesand country r f J iUt l have y Kentucky assuaged suspicion man 1 married he begins to discover that be has tu get twice as mad as formerly to have his wrath count for half so much How terribly reform has hurt the railroads may be inferred from the announcement that earnings wera 224000000 greater in 1906 than in 1905 Incidental to the decreased use of champagne there has doubtless oc curred also a corresponding diminu tion of real pain Some people are so stubborn and so contrary that you can only con vice them they are wrong by agreeing with them The Thaw case goes on After all who shall cast the first stone IN MEMORIAM On Feb 10 1907 God chose from his garden of flowers the little rose bud Julia Rice Ware and transplanted her bloom in Heaven Sad were the circumstances that surrounded her death Great were her sufferings but how beautifully shines the little life through it all For everything that was dune to alleivate pain there was a sweet sank oo thank you She was conscious of everything even knowing Papa when he came All that loving hands could do was done but the time had come for her spirit to return to the maker and nothing could stay the ebbing life She was an attractive brighD baby made friends and her cute sayings will be treasured in memory Let her life and influence ever be your guiding star inspiring you to be prepared to meet her in the better land where she will be yours again Be not grieved but comfortedshe has only gone to bye byeHeaven has your treasure keepsButWhere your darling baby sleeps S M R IN MEMORIAM On the 11th of this month your cor respondent at Harmony Rev W Hutchins and your former corres pondent JL Hutchins of Preachers ville but now of Parksville and J Hutchins of Preachersville were call ed to the sick bed of our father Hutchins of Baileys Switch Ky and upon arrival we found him in a von critical condition with pneumonia we had a death struggle until the 2lM of this month at 822 A 31 his spirit went into the realms beyond He 72 years old being born 1835 had been a member of the Baptist church fur a numberof years He dated his conversion back to theyear of 1865 He lived a very humble exemplary lite Several days before the end came he said he was resigned to the will ol the Lord and was ready to go and just a few minutes before his spirit took its flight he said he would soon be with the Bloodwashed millions All his neighbors took a great interest in him but death came and he had to go I will give a few testimonials concerning his life Jones of Barbours ville that waited on him said he had been a practicing physician for 16 years and he was the first man he ever saw that had no enemies He was so in terested in his recovery he said the second prayer he ever prayed in his life he prayed for him Green Tur ner a very prominent citizen in that neighborhood and a member of the Methodist church said I never heard aught aginst the old man Hutch ins and if I had I would not believed it Bailey merchant and coal operator says I am 55 years old and I never knew just such a man J T Parrott farmer and lumberman says he was one of the hest men I ever knew Capt W M Bingham of Pine ville Ky and father of county Judge J S Bingham and fatherin law of cir cuit Judge M J Moss speaking of the inheritance he had obtained says Rockefeller is no imitation Rev J T Stamper who held memorial ser vices said he was kind and courteous in all his ways and thinks it will be hard to fill his place in the church His house was set in order When he was taken sick he was not owing any body to the amount of 5 cts child ren and bereaved wife all hate to give him up but we must bow in humble submission and say the will of God be done Your The Silent Witness The above is the title or a nook re cently written by Mrs Kate Slaughter McKinney Katydid which is widespread interest especially among the people of the South and Kentucky where the story is located A guiltless man is accused of murder not murder committed in sudden heat and passion but the most cowardly of done from ambush The story runs along with his hard fight to prove his in nocence and is written in a style so different from the usual run of such stories so beautiful so vivid and so entertaining that the reader can scarcely lay the book aside until com pleted The characters are readily recognized by people in this section of the state which makes it all the more interesting The book has had a wonderfully large sale and bids fair to surpass the sale of any work written by a Kentuckian in recent years It is handsomely bound and sells for 150 It can be obtained from the Neal Co Flatiron Building New York or from the writer at 603 Mon Montgomery Ala Mrs remembered by many Lancaster friends are delighted know of the great success with she baa met f j r t er Mc B E and was Feb He Dr T P J R His correspondentW creat- Ing murdersthat Publishing rde well o herein St McKinney is who which w t Loook Here House for rent W J Romans tf Your account is due and we must have the money Haselden Bros Our 10 cts granite sale is a wonder Saturday Mount Elkin See me about your seed potatoes they are going up W 11 Ward Before you buy your wire fence see W J Romans tf Buy your winter coal of Banks Hud son Low Prices and High Grades Choice of 300 pieces 10 cts Saturday Mount Elkin Let us name you prices on coal before you buy Banks Hudson Gold fish and globes at low prices Lancaster Greenhouses Richmond st tf I will save you money on wire fence W J Romans tf Bring me your eggs 2t W H Ward Granite sale Saturday Mount Elkin A full stock of coal on hand at times best grades at lowest prices 2t Banks Hudson Please call and settle vour account as it is due and we must have money Haselden Bros Get my prices on wire fence before you buy W J Romans t See Hudson for prices Northern seed oats Dont miss our 10 cts granite Saturday Mount Elkia Field Seed Clover Timothy and recleaned clipped northern seed oats at Banks Hudson For Sale For sale Tobacco press Good as new Walton Moss If you want to rent a house see W Romans tf For Sale 150 white Leghorn hens and pullets These are pure bred and the best lay strains Phone 184 H Walton Moss Money to Loan 83000 to loan at six per cent on first mortgage desirable real estate at The Record office tf The firm of O D Powell Co this day been dissolved H C Hamilto rptiring from the firm This Feb 19 1907 G D Powell Co For Sale Full blooded white Embden Geeseand saleEggstf Point Leavell Every young person possible should enter the Richmond Bnsiness College at once Prof Lippard has calls for more graduates then he can fur nish tf For Sale A No 1 Jersey cow 3 years old will be tf R T Embry at Natl Bank For Sale Two Rhode Island Red cockerels Also Rhode Island Red and white Leghorn Eggs in Season 1 00 for fit teen Mrs J Wade Walker Phone 178 B Paint Lick IJune CD Powell having purchased the entire stock of C D Powell Co Will for the next ninety days sell out Cloth en and caps for half price Hats and shoes at cost and semilar bargins in all other lines Many bargins in staple and fancy groceries Taken up As Estray Came to my house about 2 miles from Lancaster on Crab Orchord pike about first of year a red calf about six months old Owner can have same by paying cost of keeping and for this notice Taylor House Look Here Merchants who carry Clover seed in stock will nescessanlv have some destroyed and left on hand and are bound to make a big profit to over come this loss I do not carry them in stock and can order them and have them in the house on 3 days notice Give me your order 1 can save you money W H Ward Has it Occurred To You that it is really notcoal but heat thatyou are luying Yet in much coal you pay for slate clinkers and various foreign matter Sixteen ounces to the Banne Coal is all heat It burns all for Banner Coalnobody else can sup ply it J A Jones Prof Lippard is receiving a number of new studentsin the Richmond Busi ness College which is doing a good work Business men parents and students unite in recommending it work as most thorough honest and a safe school for young people No hum bug tactiec No robbing students oj of their money Students can pay in monthly payments Graduates placed into posisious tf The Richmond Business College Students are making good records Prof Lippard is searching for more good Students He has calls for four Stenographers now at 60 per month and two at 100 per month Nothing pays like a business education Write or particulars J H Lippard Singin Skule Begimnent Court House ICcli 9th Auspices Ladies Aid Society I all the on recleaned 2t sale and 2t J has Ky goodDuroc tt cOmmon Our easily i f S fur Apply C S all weighing i J JI Get my Wire Before You Buy W J ROMANS r III III IIIIII prices II 11 l III Iii I Fence Iii II I IIIl J J tI ii IIIIi Carnations Home Grown Large bloom and stem lJOII I I I II long g oooeoooooovwo I II II Uj LANCASTER I GREENHOUSE I I Richmond Street Ii Lancaster Kentucky HYACINTHS zo cents each Come and See OI I Iu Pots I I ALL COLORS J 100ooosisoooe JOHN CIIRISfMAN Proprietor Phone tS7j j j se0oo LII1 Ireceived from Stanford Greenhouse These are sec to 11I1I1If ses Roses daily Roses none w Funeral flowers Floral Designing Specialty BULBSBedding la Season IIII 11111111 I a f llllllll Time For Spring Cleaning Is Near Come in and let me furnish you what you need in Furniture Druggets Rugs Carpets Mattings Oil Cloth Linolium Shades Screens Easels Pictures and Picture Frames Frames made in neat style Wall Paper in designs Lamps for Hall and Library Glass Mirrors and Clocks AUTOS for Boys and Girls from 3 to 16 years old Very Lowest Prices Come and see our Hand Painted Genuine Oil Pictures J C ROBINSON LJCWIS Y LEAVE President WVLKEK Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The OTZENS NATIONAL BANK I Of LANCASTER KT CAPITAL SURPLUS JWM B F HUDSON Cashier iW O RIONKY Asst Cashr C D WAUCKK Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DEBECTOBS Lewis Y Leaven JOHNSON RPHodnB J J Walker T M A mold i I I JI I III f J J 5 i j J J S latest 1 R O Beauties There they are See for yourself We dont think you can find a single point to honestly criticise Beautiful Photographs are made by artists not by amatures We know how to finish a picture to give it expression thats why the best people come to us for pictures Youll be satisfied our work as well as our prices We are open every Sat urday from 9 a m to 5 p m Give us a call before your Fall clothes get M THE POx STUDIO ow I r n 6 with i Can be Found in Every Department at WHITE ELEPHANT STORE J rE J III Ja Ji JFiHmJ f m j lrn Z D j IS I TOP NOT H QUALITY I I Is B T SONS 8- j t 0- L BETWEEN US The walls of a house may be built of even snow All structures vary in size material and time of construction The following tradesmen take part in the erection of all buildings and are brick layers marble cutters carpenters j ers plastererers glaziers smiths or Sj founders plumbers or gas fitterspaint ers and bill hangers The foregoing is known as material construction of 5 which we can boast of many tine edi M fices in the United States The Life Insurance Building the 5 Cathedral of St John The Divine both 2 in Sew York City the City Hall Philadelphia Pa the Monadnock zwy Building in Chicago Ill the largest office building in the world and any of 9 which took a longer term of years to gjS build than Solomons Temple This is Material Construction have another known as the gBl Construction builded almost on the same principles We must have p the architect the foundation then e wood stone brick iron mudturt and known as builders masons or Metropolitan ins Wee r II e join 4 I 1 Commercial 0x pi B BUD COAL Bfcd and Brick ptly Sattsfac depot IIA Olive Mar F t a OdasiMhrai the Builders who though unlike the tradesmen in the first construction are really and in fact TRADESMEN in the latter construction for to build a Commercial StructureMn is a total failure without TRADESMAN CUSTOMERS It is of this last structure that we want to talk Marshall Field of Chic ago Ill John Wanamaker of Phila delphia Pa Macys of New York City have all built magnificent Commer cial Structures in their individual Cities HOW By the good will and patronage of the residents of each place One Hundred Dollars 100 00 spent by each in their respective stores force to give them power to give their cus tomers a better store and a better as sortment and to help build the Com mercial Structure one story higher What is true in principle in these cities is true in Lancaster If every customer was a We are sole agents for the the best along the pike Get our prices ELKIN GRANITE SALE SATURDAY Everybody is cordially invited to call and in spect our New and Uptodate line of MILLINERYwhich Our Large and New Stock was selected with special care therefore you can get beautiful headwear at special bargains vlrs Alexander Walker Are You Aware In the course of one year that the balance wheel of your watch makes 157680000 revolutions Think of It In time the oil gums produces friction and wears the delicate bearings destroying the high finish and perfect fit thus ruining an accurate time piece An ordinary machine is oiled daily Your watch should be oiled once a year Let us examine it an honest opinion from us will cost you nothing I have employed Mr Louis A McKenzie an expert Watchmaker and Engraver to assist me and we are the best equipped Watchmak ers in the State with all the modern instru ments and material to do first class work HUGH MURRAY The Jeweler Danville Kv Ar xQT J 1fliffil X jfffffJ1J1Lf I s I B 0 Q o s i MOUNT i I IJ y lvWlZJty yjCIrZI e cmrS i es l I I I i I m m I X I t- J AMERICAN FENCE Qir 3tQi Q QQO xQ QFQ ANOUGEMETT t I I I I r t i I f The Richmond Business College is graduating and placing in positions many Kentucky young men and women It gives superior advantages and a square deal to students No doing students financially by graduates One writes Am pleased with my position You certanily do all you agree and I advise all who wish a business education to attend one of Lippard8 Business GoUftfttft tf 11 Recommended Y ct NEW MANAGEMENT OF Clothing DepartmentCou- rtesy Experience Ability Combined We have Refitted and Refurnished until we have a STORE I R H K1IiIJ mir m iiJ raI rgJ COMPTijm S2at o Personal Mrs Gulley is visiting in upper GarrardMr McGee and family have re turned to Lancaster Mrs Bettie Landram is with rela tives in the country Mr Ed C Walton of the Interior Journal was here Monday Price of Stanford was a visitor here the past week Mr and Mrs Richard Ware are in Lebanon visiting relatives Miss Joan Mount attended the hop in Stanford Friday evening Mrs J of Covington is visiting relatives in this citv Miss Taylor of Louisville is visit ing her sister Mrs C C Brown Miss Ina Gulley and Mrs 0 W Potts were visiting relatives recently J Herbert Kinnaird has returned from several days visit in Louisville Miss Margaret Mount has from a visit to friends in Nicholas ville Miss Gussie Kennedy of Lexington was with her sister Mrs Banks Hud son Mrs Jennie Faulkner Whiteof Rich mond has been visiting Mrs H C Kauff manMrs Saufley Hughes was at home to the Embroidery Club Thursday after noonMrs S P Grant of Danville has been visiting her mother Mrs Harriet PriceRev Mr Little of North Carolina was with his friend Rev C C Brown SundayMrs A returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs William LackeyMiss Spurlock and Mr Burgis of Berea visited Mr and Mrs J B Soper last week Miss Margarite Tomlinson has from a pleasant visit to Lexing ton relatives Eld F M Tinder is in Kansas on a business trip but is expected to re turned this week Misses Martha and Helen Gill have returned from a delightful visit to friends in Fort Wayne Ind Miss Alleen Bourne has returned from Stanford after a short visit to her sister Mrs W K Warner Mr J Lewis Gill has returned from the West and we trust will decide to make Lancaster his permanent home Messers Bascom Ford John Dunn Bradley Johnston and Horace Walker spent the 22nd here with home folks Mr and Mrs Henry left Monday for Athens Tenn where Mr Henry will open a gents furnishing goods houseMiss Gena Dunlap of Lexington spent Saturday and Sunday with her aunt Mis R A Burnside and uncle Louis Landram Dr Amon took a patient Mrs Perry Naylor to the Norton Infirmary last week where she was operated on for gall stones Mrs Naylor is doing nicely Mr J M Smith cashier of Bank of Mackvllle Kentucky visited friends in Marksbury Sunday and was given the hearty hand of welcome by all who saw him Stanford Journal Miss Bessie Yantis hag returned a visit to Lancaster Misses Irene Romans and Allie Yantis returned with her and are her guests C Hemphill has been confin ed to his home for several days by a severe case of la He is much improved today his legion of friends hope to see him back at his place of business in a days Mr John Greenleaf of Richmond was here for a short time last week and was warmly greeted by many friends in Wits his old home Mr Gntatoaf is cashier of the Richmond I Dr A S P Sandifer I Burnside has R E from Judgei grippe and his tv returned returned few ti p Lt4i Utt Ssti 3taXxti Er S National Bank and one of that citys most prominent business men Mrs Richard McGrath who been with her husband in Portsmouth Va was compelled to return last week on account of illness She is at her fathers Mr Millard F Route and we are glad to say is improving Danville Clerk Graham Price returned this after noon from Lebanon where he has been at the bedside of his wife who has been at Elizabeth for several days Mrs Price is very much improved and will return home the latter part of the week Richard Burnside who has held a a position in The Record office for some time left this morning to accept a job in a Louisville drug store Dick is an industrious capable boy and it is with regret that we give him up If he learns to roll pills as rapidly as he can set type he will command a good salaryMisses Janey and Mary Dotvat their delightful home gave an extremely pretty party last Friday evening in honor of their guest Miss Mary Miller of Richmond The house was de corated in potted plants and palms An elaborate luncheon was served The hostesses are cultured young women and have at their command many pretty ideas of entertaining Pheonix des cribes a most delightful and elegant re ception given in that city by Mrs G S Gaines and charming daughters Misses Julia Mae and Nannie Mrs Gaines wore steel grey chepe de chine Mrs Slaughter white muslin with lace trimmings Miss Julia Mae Gaines white silk princes Miss Nannie Gaines white mull over silk lace trimmingMiss Doty gave a very pretty party last Thursday at her charming home on Water street With the ad dition of many plants and ferns the cozy home was made to look still more inviting Delightful refreshments added to the festivity of the occasion Miss Doty who is a charming and attractive hostess wore a beautiful white gown The evening was one of great pleasure to the guests Quite the handsomest affair of the past week was the Martha Washing ton tea given by Miss Grace Helen Patterson at her home on Richmond avenue The rooms were tastefully decorated in commemoration of Wash ingtons Birthday The table decora tions were red white and blue The ceriterpice of red roses surrounded with candelabra with red white and blue shades with two small cherry trees and hatchet by theirside made a most attractive table There were about 50 guests all of whom were in Colonial style Martha Washington was gracefully by Miss Patterson and Col George Washington by John Gill Kinnaird The old fashioned lunch contained sandwiches pickels salted peanuts lemonade ginger cake iced with a white hatchet white hatchet tea cakes apples and red white and blue stick candy tea the guests enjoyed a musical programme of old fashioned songs The souveniers of the evening were silver hatchets tied with red white and blue ribbon It was an unusually enjoyable and pretty affair Always Keeps Chamberlains Cough Remedy in His Home We would not be without Chamber lains Cough Remedy It is kept on hand continually in our home says W W Kearney editor of the Lowry City Mo That is just what every family should do When kept at hand ready for instant use a cold may be checked at the outset and cured in much less time than after it has become settled in the system Tills remedy is also without a peer for croup in children and will prevent tha attack when given as soon as the child becomes hoarse or even after the croupy cough appears which can only be done when the remedy is kept at For sale by B E McRoberta Tne reliable Druggist at Lancwterjlm I AdvocateCircuit HoSpital The Muskogee1 T costumed represented Afterthe Independent hand r 1 hustling x S WALLACETON bought of Mr Felix Estidge a small farm for 250 Mrs Ella Lamb went to Richmond hospital Tuesday and bore the trip wellMiss Maggie Grant of Kirksville is visiting her grandparents Mr and Mrs W J Weaver Mr Scott and Miss Bettie Mitchel drove to Berea on Feb 18 and were married Some of our farmers were very busy plowing until they were stopped by several inches of snow falling Mr Elihu Richuell is out after a siege of the gripp Mrs Rickuell recovers more slowly but is able to upMr H Barer and Mr Dol Pollard have fenced the county road passing through their farms and removed all gatesMr W J Weaver ran a splinter in his hand near the knuckles and has not been able to extricate it It is giving him much pain and same uneasiness Mr Henry Botkin has moved a house to the lot he recently bought in Wal laceton This honse has a local fame as a traveler two rooms of it were the first Wallecton school house and a few years ago were moved several hun dred yards to join another building which had traveled over one half mile from another county to settle in Wai lacetun Last week the whole build ing started south but after going a few hundred yards decided to locate on a sunny knoll in Mr Botkins yard BRYANTSVILLE Miss Eliza Ison has been visiting at LancasterMiss Dunn visited relatives in LexingtonMr J C Williams spent Fri day in Danville Mr Charley Deane was in Lexington Monday on business Mrs Sallie Leavell spent a few days at Donerail last week Miss Pattie Belle Burke is the guest of friends in Danville Miss Fanny Tomlinson is visitin relatives at Lexington Miss Mayme Ballard is at home after a visit to relatives in Lexington Miss Emma West of Jessamine has been the guest of Mrs Charley Deane Dr B C Rose has returned after spending a few days in Lexington and LouisvilleMessrs B Leavell and H A Burdette have been delivering their tobacco at Lexington this week Mr Mote Scott was called to Louis ville last Wednesday by the death of his neice Mrs Lucy Scott Gallaher Several young men from here atten ded the dance given by the Bachelor Maids at Nicholasville Wednesday night There will be preaching at the Meth odist Church Sunday afternoon at three oclock by the pastor Rev W D WelburnMr representing the Ameri can Society of Equity gave an address here Tuesday afternoon to the tobacco growers of this vicinity Mr Clevel and Rose of Booneville have been spending a few days at home Mr Sam Rose of Danville also spent the Holiday with his parents The announcement of the marriage of Miss Della Bacon of Maysville to Dr Hutchins of Augusta Ky which occured last week has been received here by friends of the popular bride Miss Bacon will be remembered as an attractive visitor of Miss Mayme Ballard A Favorite Remedy for Babies Its pleasant taste and prompt cures have made Chamberlains Cough Remedy a favor rte with the mothers of small children It quickly cures their cough and colds and prevents any danger pneumonia or other ser tope It not only cures croup given as as the ile by B E McBoberto i J Mr Newt Olg Paynter prevent the ttll f at lID i having iwhen soon croii y yrswill The ttw dollar spent by Garrard county people was spent in Lancaster Ky we could have fourstory building at least Now when you withhold that patronage and give it elsewhere you help to tear off one story of the Commercial in your own town and build up other towns instead Come now people we want your trade and we want you to want our merchandise and to trade at home For twenty 20 years it has been the constant effort of our store to build higher and broader on the principles of justice and honor without which no enterprise can achieve success We come to you with an absolutely one price house believing that one mans money is as good as anothers We mark our goods as low in price as the quality itrepresents and good business methods will premit We did business last year within a fraction of 1 per cent of margins on which our bankers operate We think this pretty close financiering dont you We bought many of our goods for retail this springas early last year as April none I structure BEUNA VISTA Henry Ruble has been quite ill with grippeLogan Duncan of Indiana is with relatives here Born to the wife of Elisha Scott on the 17th a daughter Wm Christopher tought of A T Scott 13 heifers for 231 Mrs Hermon Barnett has been quite ill at her home near here James Smith of Davenport Oklaho ma is expected home soon Miss Eliza Ison will begin a select school here the second Monday in MarchAlbert Skinner and daughter Miss Jennie spent Saturday and Sun day at home Mrs Ed Aldrich of Covington spent a few days last week with her sister Saved Her Sons Lfe The happiest mother in the little town of Ava Mo is Mrs S Ruppee She writes One year ago my son was down with such serious lung trouble that our physician was unable to help him when by our druggists advice I began giving him Dr Kings New Dis covery and I soon noticed I kept this treatment up a few weeks whan he was perfectly well He has worked steadily since at carpenter work Dr Kings New Discovery his life Guaranteed best cough and cold cure by R E McRoberts Dru gist 50c and 1 00 Trial bottle free I Im improvement saved later than November in order to re tain old prices We for this year a rising market widespread commercial properitv and general in flation o values History shows that prosperity follows high prices of pig iron corn and pork These are all very high An enormous volume of trade in 1907 will result from big crops of 1906 Everybody has and will have lots of money in their pockets to spend this year We have the largest best selected stock of Dry Goods and trying to give you the best store in Lancaster yes the best store in Cen your patronage we will make the store better every year And in a mutal way we will build a Commercial Structure in Lancaster that each will be proud of Not a Marshall Fields nor a Wanamakers nor a but a store that will compare as favorably in Lancaster as each of these do in then respective Cities RespectfullyR i II 0 S 0 JClothing we have ever had We are Ig tral Kentucky and if yea wilt give us I ii1 fIlgHrtf il 1 rY Q Q Mrs J J Poor Quarterly meeting will be held at Mt Oivet the fourth Saturday and Sunday in March Misses Margaret and SallIe Askins recently visited their sister Mrs R P Ison at McCreary Mr Cyrus Eason has sold his farm near Bryantsville to Mr Moss of Georgetown for SS600 Misses Irine Ruble and Mayme Dis mukes have returned to school at after a visit at home Misses Ora and Lillian Poor at dinner last Wednesday Mrs Holman Glass of Camp Nelson and Miss Maud Sagerser of Hanley At the sale of Mrs Elizabath Lane grain and stock sold well the farm was rented publicly to Bradley Cunningham AT Scott auctioneer Geo Williams son of James Williams of Camp Nelson died at his fathers home last Friday morning Inter ments at Mt OH vet Saturday morning How to Remain Young To continue young in health and strength do so Mrs N F Rowan Me Donough Ga did She says Three bottles of Electrice Bitters cured me of stomach trouble with such an unhealthy con dition of the blood that my skin turned red as flannel I am now practically 20 years younger than before 1 took Elec tric Bitters I can now do all my work with ease and assist in my husbands store Guaranteed at McRoberts Drug Store Price 50c 1m Lexington entertained chronicliverand complicated I have secured several Companies tnat will handle farm property Be fore renewing give me a call J H KINNAIRD General Insurance one can call me Office Phone No 31 Kesidenee 7 A Great NEWSPAPER OFFER Cincinnati Daily Post Human Life Monthly Farm News Monthly Spare Moments Monthly and The Central Record All One Year for Only Bring the 260 to the Central Record office QUICK as this offer lasts for only a few days No papers ordered unless the entire 260 is paid Farmers Attention FREEBy special arrangements with Bastin Telephone Co No EI c r I r I ii i 1l c t I lionCbeerru1- ncss and HestContains neilhcr- OpmmJiorpbine nor finera1 NOT NARC OTIC jsY Jtxs 1 rcnr forConstipa- tion Sour Convulsions fccrish ness wdLoss OF SLEEP ITsimile Signature o- rttgUUdiu NEW YORIC mmitf EXACT COFYOF WRAPPIB i vraala itl uwy l rr tigctaUePrcnamtia ifar ls similatifig tcrocdandlleguan r lira Its lnotesDpro xar0irllirSllrlI7r a fan AiarauraR pfromfcrdrd Y Worms WILL TOUCH THE BOTTCN 8 JIi Yi j CttiAST Utilri For Infants and Children The Have Bought Bears the I Signature of I In- Use t For Thirty O 81A THE CETTAef COMPANY FEW YORK CITY K q Kind You irAiways 1 r Over Years I CAST I IEATER P6Y F 1 pi PT Ir m i RVK I ftq IiS1 d rr I fg k i I r c1V j r ii g tr ffj r 2 tJi JfJ iONE fME fnra ni Vip to 1rPDt1 th rJ3PJf t 5 t U fJJ1HItz-r ft J fJ T b a ii D 1 fll 1 fir f i 1 r1si b IDMj iS 11 J if f tt Oovernmenl Exruul M 4ITffii9I ri tt JJ C- iA r4 F3t rmay N4Tg r7 drn r aqda ROOSEVELT TtA II RrT SEE IT ALL w i L ETS YOLi INDUSTRY I NYEfjJJON- r Ulcer of the Stomach Insidious Xatnre of the Disease how to Recognize and Cure It Ulcer of the stomach may exist for years without very marked excepting those caused by indi gestion It is due to an inflammation which affects the membrane of the stomach so that it is eaten away by the gastric juices In good health the tLomach the action of the gastric juices but when weakened the membrane is badly nourished and the digestive fluids act upon it as well as upon the food keeping up until perforation of the stomach occurs In advanced cases of ulcer of the stomach there is much discomfort after eating with a constant gnawing sensation between meals pain from the pit of the stom ach back to theshoulder blade At the first symptoms of treatment should at once be started with Miona This is a sci entific remedy adapted specifically to one purpose the cure of stomach troubles It is so uniformly success ful that a signed guarantee is given with every 50 cent box that the money will be refunded if it does not cure Miona is not a patent or secret remedy but is a combination of the purest and most reliable of remedies for strengthening the digestive and building up the whole Use it for a few and there is no reason why you should not be able to eat any food you like at any time without fear of distress R E McRoberts Druggist resists I indigestion i symptoms organs system days ARTANUlTERAtUfE HYOMEI CURES CATARRH Its Healing Balsams Kill All Ca tarrhal Germs Sold Under Guar anteeThere is no more common dis ease than catarrh and none that is more dangerous It weakens and de bilitates the whole system if it is allowed to run leads to serious and sometimes fatal complications- It is a noteworthy fact that among the many medicines and treatments for catarrh there is only one which is sold under a positive guarantee to refund the money if it does not cure Hyomei Natures remedy for the cure of catarrh No dangerous drugs are taken into the stomach when Hyomei is used Breathed through the small pocket Inhaler that comes with every Hyo throat nose and lungs killing the germs of catarrh healing the mucous membrane and making complete and lasting cures The complete Hyomei outfit of an inhaler that can be in the purse or vest pocket a medicine dropper and a bottle of Hy omei costs only 1 The inhaler will last a lifetime while extra bottles of Hyomei can be procured whenever seeded for only 50 cents We are selling a Rood manyHyomei outfits at season we have so much confidence In the remedy that we guarantee to refund the money in case it does not cure R E McRoberts Druggist YOU MUST Call and settle your 1906 School tax Please do this and save other expense E W Harris penetrateirri- tated consisting carried S r Tress She Favored Stretching- A lady had advertised for a girl for general housework and was showing an applicant ov r the house She had been very liberal in her promises of privileges iftpniouiis 11 evenings gut etc and it looked is though the girl was a suitable candidate when sbe suddenly asked Do you do your own stretchin Do we do what asked the mis tressStretchin replied the girl I dont understand Stretchin replied the girl a second time Do you put all the grub on the table at dinner and stretch for it or do I have to shutne it roundThe family are at present stretch in and will until they find a girl who is willing to wait at table as well as to cook the meal Meanwhile the household vocabulary contains a new I word The Singin Skule Coming One of the funniest and most suc cessful local talent entertainments be fore the public and one which has played to the utmost capacity of the largest auditoriums in Louisville Bowling Green Hopkins vine Madisonville Henderson Padu Lebanon Georgetown Mt Danville Shelbyville Nicholas ville Marion Hickman Somerset Stanford and other cities in Kentucky has been secured by the ladies of Christian Church and will be at the Court House Friday night March 8th with a large cast of local people under the personal direction Miss Ethel Deckard of Indianapolis Indiana who will also play one of the leading comedy parts The entertain met is called the Singin Skule ginment and is said to contain more laughs to the square inch than along this line seen in parts for years It is a laugh at start a laugh at the finish and a longed all the way through 2t Card of Thanks Mr and Mrs Rihard Ware take method of thanking their friends w re so kind to them when their little baby met with the shocking accident and death They will ever remember t le kind friends who came to them i the hour of trouble it has from Louisville Mr Horace Mills has returned from several weeks stay at Brodhead Mr and Mrs W G Gooch are rejoic ing over the arrival of a girl baby W II Furr has a fine cow with a young calf for sale splendid milkerDr an eye specialist of stopped several days at Rev A Bairds He fitted several of our peo pie up with glasses EETTIS Mrs James Bourne is very low typhoid pheumonia Mrs Susan Bourne who has been very ill with La grippe is improving slowly Mr and Mrs Arch Stevens are rejoic ing over the arrival of Mrs T F Holtzclaw of wts at the bedside of her mother last week Mr Will Poor of BuenaVista accoai panied by a young gentleman from Lancaster was here Sunday Farmers watch your sheep closely Some worthless dogs eutered W S Bournes Hock of sheep Friday night killing eleven and then on Sunday night entered John N Whites and killed sixteen MT HEBRON Mr J B Dean sold a horse to Chas Dean price 175 Mr Thos Montgomery had a milk cow to die last week Miss Jennie Lou Rogers is the guest of Misses Edna and Leola Scott Dr Duunie Scott spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives in Jessamine countyMrs Clark of Danville spent Sunday and Sunday night with Mrs E F Scott Mrs Alex Dean and Miss Valona Duncan are numbered with the suffers GrippeA the friends of Mr Auther Montgomery gave him a surprise on the 18 inst his annirversary Owing to the inclemency of the meeting at this place was not very well attended Saturday and Sunday Mrs Mllard Wilson of Lexington and Mrs Hardin Carter of Pink were and daughter Miss Verner of Wilmore were with Mr and Mrs Samuel Duncan and Sunday Misses Mae and Edna Scott were in Jessamine county a part of last week with their aunt Mrs Margaret Smily who is very sick Miss Jewell Sanders of Stone was charming guest of her sisters Mesdames Duncan and Montgomery part of last week Worked Like a Charm I ran a nail in my foot last week at once applied Bucklens Arnica No inflammation followed the simply healed the wound Heals sore burn arid skin disease at McRoberts Druggist 25c 1m LEYSHONEMAR I f I I I Russellville cab the presented of anything these the pro laugh I who Miss Myrtly Cormney I Cincinnati I I a I I J I valuable supper weather familylastMrJasJohnson Ida the a spicyjournal and Salve salve n d d h r Sterling B th FLAT WOOD fouryear ol wit Preach ersoil i says every Guaranteed MIrssMist rteprt 1 n le BOURNE Fox Turner bought a hog of Forrest Curtis price 10 MrLHBroxvn is with friends in Jessamine this week Mr Gsp Vanderpool and family mov ed last week near Mt Hebron S N Morford sold a cow to E D Law son of Bryantsville for 2750 Wm Duncan bought sixty bbl of corn from Dick Moore at 3 per bbl JS Carpenter delivered several loads of tobacco at icholasville last week James Bratton sold a nice bunch of shoats to W R Cook of Lancaster for 195 Mr and Mrs Sam Morford attended preaching at Bryantsville Sunday night Mrs Leonard Save spent several days last week with Mrs Florence Ballard at Mrs John Turner and children of Lancaster spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs J O Turner STONE Mrs Boyd Osborn is very sick Mr Bill Wnitaker is very low with pneumonia Mr John Stone visited his mother last Saturday night Mrs Sis Ramsey of Beelick visited Mrs Lue Teater last week Mr Tom Tap was called to the of his father who is very ill Mr Wm Fain has returned home from Lexington and is very sick Mr and Mrs L M Crutchlleld attend ed the funeral of his fatter last week Mr and Mrs U G Preston have turned home from a visit Louisville Mr and Mrs Charlie Ham of Somer set is visiting her sister Mrs Walter Fain Mrs Mattie Harvey of Buckeye spent last week with Mrs Lin Cobb of StoneThere will be preaching at Fork next Sunday by Rev Holton Lexington BUCKEYE Mrs Forest Stapp is very ill Mrs Pete Humphrey is still quite ill Mrs Kemp Walker is on the sick list Mr Ed Chandler is able to go about Mr Thomas Davis is quite ill at this writingMr Noel has two children very sick with croup Thelma Simpson visited her Monday LaGrippe is visiting several of the neighbors houses Mr Raymond McCulley has a very sick child with Mr and Mrs Millard Blakeman are rejoicing over a 11 pound boy Mr and Mrs King Temple visited Mrs Pete Humphrey Saturday Mr Walker May has now commenced repairing the Gunns Chapel cemetery Miss Julie and Sallie Calico visited Mrs Wesley Simpson Thursday night Mrs Wesley Simpson and Mrs Dr Hendron visited Mrs Pete Humphrey MondayMr Simpsons little son has been very sick with croup but is ter at this writting Mr Sibb Sebastin and wife visited Mr Morris Calico Saturday and Sunday at Wesley Simpsons Miss Aimee Simpson returned home with Lovie Simpson after a weeks visit at Mr Jim Simpsons HARKSBUKY Mr N P Cobb has been ill for several daysMr J N Fiero has returned from an enjoyable visit to Chatanooga- Mr J W Woods sold a fine mare for 450 at the horse sale at Danville Mr Forest March of Richmond was the guest of Mr N P Cobb last week Vic Rice bought a span of work mules on court day at Danville for 275Mrs Cyrus Daily has been confined to her room with gripp but is about well againMiss Katharine Moore sold a nice sow and pigs to B F Robinson for 3000 Mr T I Herring and wife were at the bedside of his neice Mrs Jim Bourne FridayRev Henry Shouse and wife enter tained the mission committee very pleasantly at their home Saturday Mrs Richard McGrath of mouth Va arrived here the first part of the week to be with her parents Mr and Mrs M FRout Mrs McGraths health has been in a bad condition for some time and will remain with her parents where she will receive careful attention until convalescent- Mr James Royston has again a position as clerk with our N H Bogie He has been the employee of Mr Bogie for several years and has grown rapidly in favor with his employer and the people Jim is always polite and courteous even at meal time which is a good test of mans true courtesy to his customers and is thoroughly reliable in every respect He has refused some very flat tering offers different places but thinks Marksbury beats them all Found at Last J A Harmon of Lizemore West says At last I have found the pill that never disappoints mend for the benefit of others afflicted torpid liver and chronic will say take Dr Kings New Life Guaranteed satisfactory 25c at E McBobert Druggist 1m I I Scotts- Is of grandfather tonsilities- C bet accepted merchant from Va perfect with Pills R I r Bryan tsville beside gee Pour r constipation d is MANY ATTRACTIONS PLANS FOR GREATER LOJJSViLLE EXPOSITION OPENING MAR 13 BASEBALL GAMES SPECIAL DAYS Louisville Extends a Most Cordial To All To Visit Louis ville at This Time As tine time for the opening of the Greater Louisville Exposition draws near the interest in that great event in this and all other sections of the State of Kentucky as well as through the South is greatly increasing visitors to Louisville will return home and give expressions of deep in terest in the exposition and pride in enterprise and public spirit of toe exposition officials working so hard in the interest of their state and city without prospect or wish for any gain Showing what pride they take In their citys great enterprise the mer chants and manufacturers of Louis ville have covered their envelopes and stationery almost over with matter concerning the exposition and the title Greater Louisville seems to appear in the most unexpected quarters at the most time Louisville drummers who visit here let no one escape and if for no other reason the people of Kentucky will he bound to go to Louis ville between March IS and 30 to see what has been so widely heralded This will be a matter of easy accom plishment because the railroads of Kentucky have announced a rate of lout the pecuniary Exposition Invitation advertising unexpected FRED LEVY President of the Louisville Commercial Club and Vice President of the Great er Louisville Exposition Company one fare for the round trip with three selling dates each week the tickets good returning until April 1 Besides these splendid rates ninny singleday excursions will he run and it is said by the railroad officials composing the Southeastern Passenger Association that the rates for these excursions will be the hest ever offered for a similar enterprise The Division of Programme of the exposition is now busily engaged in preparing the plans for various special days Interesting programmes will be arranged for these special and the music by the great Creators hand will be an added attraction to the exposition twice daily This band of sixty renowned soloists is recog nized everywhere as being absolutely the foremost organization of its kind and the twicedaily concerts will be included in the extraordinarily low price of admission which will be twen tyfive cents for adults and fifteen cents for children For special slays Sig Creatore has very graciously ccn sented to mate his programme typical of the occasion Tire following days have been decided upon and plans are In train to make each one an unique success Dedication Day Edison Day Childrens Day Greater Louisville Falls City Day All Kentucky Day Fraternal Day Transportation Day Womans Day University Day Music Day Newspaper Day and Getaway Day It will be of interest to lovers of the national game to know that the Louisville Baseball team will contest with two major league teams during the exposition period playing five games in all It can be seen that the people of Kentucky will have a opportunity of seeing the Greater Louisville Exposition hear Creatores famous hand and see such magnificent baseball organizations as the Chicago National League team and the Boston Americans Boston will play three games March 23 24 and 25 while will play two games March 28 and 29 Louisville will certainly hold vast interest for Kentuckians during the period of March 1830 Displayed upon the walls Ijf the Building in Louisville will be seen trademarks and labels of Louisville merchants and manufac turers This riot of color will be spread in a broad band around the building and will add much to the general decorative scheme These la bels and trademarks will be very at tractively framad and it will be possi ble to gather a very plain idea of what Louisville can do by looking at these frames This opportunity to be in the great exposition had been very eagarly grasped by many who are not eligible to show a manu factured product It has been esti mated that at least onehalf of the manufacturers of Louisville will be represented in the trademark and label display Afflicted Wita Rheumatism I was and am yet afflicted with rheumatism says Mr J C Bayne editor of the Herald Addington In dian Territory but thanks to Cham barlains Pain Balm am able once more to attend to business It is the best of liniments It trouble with give Pain Balm a trial and you are certain to be more than pleased with the prompt relief which it affords One application relieves the pain For sale by R D McRoberts The reliable Druggist of Lancaster 1m I splendid Chicago Exposition the represented rheumatism 11 dart S Stock and Crop The bankers of Owen county have agreed to advance one hundred thousand dollars to tire tnhsceo grow ers and are to receive on the money The largest deal in dark tobacco in twenty the years has just been made at Louisville 10000000 lbs of the Society of Equity pool being sold to W Matthew Son 750000 Wyandotte Ky line fourteen hoys sick with the cholera and had turned oa in a rye to die Some of these hogs could not eat I gave them Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy and it cured them without a single loss Sold and guaranteed by Mount Elkin More and more we are1 regarding farming in this country as a first ciass business giving mental outlet for the best man It is stated that in Great Britian at the present time a man without experience and lacking capital proportioned to the acres finds difficulty in securing a farm as the owners will not rent or lease unless they are assured that the person is competent to handle the property Mrs W F Heathman Clintonville Ky Says For several years 1 have lost my turkeys about breeding time with the cholera I have tried a num ber of remedies but Bourbon Poultry Cure is the only remedy I have ever found that will cure them Sold and guaranteed by Mount Elkin Winchester Ramsey report the sale of James P Randol One 5 yearold horse 3130 one mule colt one 2year old mule 8132 one pair aged mules 371 one pair 5year old mules S3S5 one broke mare mule S170 four milck cows 21 to S30 one yearling heifer 23 ten 1000pound steers each one sow and pigs 35 21 brood sows 15 to 25 per head sixty good ewes 740 per head sixty acres hemp 10 per acre Thomas F Dunlap Sons annual sale of mules was held last Friday in this county The mules offered were all of extra high quality Uinetytwc head of coming two year olds sold for an average of 108 a head the high est priced pairs bringing 45550 125 and 400 Marshall Scott bought the pair at 440 and W J Steele paid 8400 for a pair Six pairs of three year old mules were sold as follows Two pairs to Carr of Scott county at 475 and 3425 and one pair to Joe Jesse at 410 Almost all the mules were sold to Woodford county buyers Woodford Sun CASTOR I A for Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the STy SfSignature of C z f I am a canidate for the nomination for rep resentative of Garrard county in the Lower House of the next General Assembly of Ken subject to the action of the Democratic party JO BOGIE COLONEL This tine thoroughbred Jersey Bull will stand at my farm 41 miles iron Lancaster on Richmond pike at r the Year with return privilege Money due when service renderedE PIERCE Blue Grass Nurseries LEXINGTON KY offer for the Spring of 1907 a large line and Trees Evergreens Grape Vines Asparagus Shrubs Rhn barb and Small Fruits 4 We have no agents Strawberry and General Catalogues on application to SONS The undersignea hereby give warn ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of the law Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice John W Hill SFerguson Clay Sutton I M Myers H C Arnold Z T Rice R L Burton Mrs P D Gill B L Kelley Jno A Sanders JJ W Sweeney Public Sale As administrator with the will an nexed of Mrs Hannah Berkele I will sell to the highest bidder on SATURDAY MARCH 9 1907 2 oclock P M at her late the Lexington pike 1 mile north of Jryantsville the following personal prcperty 1 Mare Queen 1 Horse by Red Bond 4 Jersey Cows fresh 2 Jersey heifers 1 and 2years I Jersey Bull 2 Sows and 14 and Pigs 1 Male Shoat TERMS All sums over ten dollars days time without interest that amount cash G T HIGGINBOTHAM AdaVr with Will Annexed eight percent for about F A Rtes Says l tied DemocratBush 50 35 HOt ANNOUNCEMENT tuck ot Fruit Ornamental H F HILL EYER at residence- on Colt 1 old Sheath I sixty Under I I C G S l Sow FQIE1TS and TAR CURES Pneumonia and Consumption M My and Tar sot Miy stops the cough butheals tfc- ens the lungs and prevents sariov i suits from a cold J There is no danger of Pooaatoaia Consumption or other serious luag trouble if Pottys HMMy a dTar is taken as it will cure the most stub4 born dangerous kind that settles on the lungs and may dTatef Into pneumonia over night If you have a cough or cold da risk Pneumonia when F tey and Tar will cure you quickly a4strengthen your lungs Remember the name Fatafa Mousy ami refuse war substitute offered Do not take chaaca with some unkaow preparation costs you the same whem you caa set Fatoys H y Tar that you M mr sad cartaia d results Contain Cur d After E H Jones Pastor JC E Church Grove Md writes About seven or eightyears ago I had a very severe cald which physicians said was very pneumonia and which they pronounced consumption Through friend I was induced to try a sample rf Foleys Honey and Tar which gave m so much relief that I bought some of the regular size Two or three bottles cured me of what the physicians called consumption and I have never had any trouble with my throat or lungs staca that time Three sizes 25c 100 The 50 cent size contains two and onehalf times as much as the small siz and the 100 bottle almost six tamer as much REDUCED RATES Via ROUTE on the first and thirst of each month to many points South Winter Tourist Tick ets now on sale good returning till Ma 31st 1907 For particulars write H C King CPTALexington PUBLIC SALE of Livery Outfit and Combined Sale o1 75 Head of HorsesMules on 707 Junction City Ky Write for W BURKE JUNCTION CITY KY 2VU 1C Denny HONEY PREVENTS Fete and coughsthe Tarand costs and to safe Opiates nay T C Via t afte a SOc Sill III IECI IIFor sle by C C T E Stormes e I March at r t Coughs 4 fiat Ms sy that ail N si liM Had qnconCrscet Tuesdays Circula- rS 1 A tr DENTIST I lewell7 tOsdeocerl3erariead t etpreV- LT r